“Whistleblowing is more than a passing phenomenon. When properly encouraged, it is a powerful investigative tool and a means to reduce crime and undesirable behavior,” according to PI Eugene Ferraro, founder and former chief executive and ethics officer of Denver-based Convercent, Inc., a global whistleblower hotline service, who shares his expertise in our cover article.
PI John A. Hoda shares three important tips for improving your interview skills and, ultimately, the witness statements you provide to your clients. Read More →
“Getting a new machine is one solution, but that may not be necessary.” Drew Robb shares five ways to beat laptop lethargy. Read More →
“As a new private investigator in 1984, I didn’t join any professional groups because I was so naïve that I thought I knew everything,” PI Magazine’s Associate Editor Jane Cracraft says. She shares useful tips while discussing her adventures into the world of professional investigation associations. Read More →
“Any PI considering assisting a marijuana industry business develop a crime prevention program or investigate potential crimes beyond what law enforcement might do (such as fraud) must take into consideration that they may be violating two federal laws – money laundering and financial proceeds from illegal activities.” Sage advice from the article by PI James […] Read More →